Art Sunday #123: Jules Breton – The End of the Working Day


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Jules Adolphe Aimé Louis Breton (1 May 1827 – 5 July 1906) was a 19th-century French Realist painter. His paintings are heavily influenced by the French countryside and his absorption of traditional methods of painting helped make Jules Breton one of the primary transmitters of the beauty and idyllic vision of rural existence.

Source:  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jules_Breton

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16 thoughts on “Art Sunday #123: Jules Breton – The End of the Working Day”

      1. I think a lot of us would feel that way of we lived in those times. of course that would mean no Internet and not knowing who Miss Anna was. “pling”

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